Dr Inga Kačevska is a partner at Law Office of Inga Kačevska. She specialises in arbitration and international private law and regularly acts as arbitrator, counsel and expert in international and domestic arbitrations and litigations.
She is an elected docent at the University of Latvia Faculty of Law and has coached its Vis team for the past 10 years. She is an author of numerous publications, including the commentary on arbitration in Latvian Civil Procedure Law. She is also a committee member of the European branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and a member of the Latvian Sworn Advocates Collegium. She was elected into the special committee attached to the 1961 European Convention on International Commercial Arbitration.
Dr Kačevska is regularly invited to advise judicial organisations on strengthening the rule of law, fundraising, judicial training and judicial ethics in Hungary (2013), Tajikistan (2009–2012), Moldova (2000), Armenia (1999 and 2006) and Kyrgyzstan (1998).
Before engaging in private practice, Inga Kačevska was director of the Latvian Judicial Training Centre and secretary general in arbitration at the Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Dr Kačevska was educated at the University of Latvia (PhD, master of orientalistics, lawyer’s diploma) and Chicago-Kent College of Law (LLM). She is fluent in Latvian, English, Russian, and has a basic knowledge of Farsi.